Razer BlackShark V2 Pro headset review


Driver diameter50mm
Frequency response12 Hz – 28 kHz
Microphone patternUnidirectional - Supercardioid
Battery life24-hours
Wireless rangeUp to 40 feet (2.4 GHz)

sI think this will be my new fundamental headset going ahead on PS5 and PC. 

azer is all around familiar with making headsets now. The organization builds up a large number of gaming peripherals for comfort and PC, with its sound gadgets being champion adornments. I've had a couple of various varieties of the Razer Kraken throughout the long term and even composed our Razer Kraken X audit (spoiler, it's an awesome spending headset), however, I haven't had the option to attempt any of Razer's remote alternatives until now. The BlackShark V2 Pro unquestionably satisfies its $180 sticker price. 

Since the PS5 just dispatched, I chose to essentially test these out on that reassure. In spite of the fact that it's obviously more equipped for PC clients, the BlackShark V2 Pro handles PS5 sounds fine and dandy, and I'd even say likely comparable to Sony's own Pulse 3D remote headset. 

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro What I like 

Rather than the typical leatherette material that a lot of headsets will in general utilize, the BlackShark V2 Pro earcup pads are made out of the texture. This does ponder for keeping it cool, almost certainly supported by the way that the pads are likewise cooling gel-mixed. It is by a long shot perhaps the most agreeable headsets I've ever worn. 

While its THX Spatial Audio doesn't deal with PS5 (you'll need a PC to exploit), the sound quality is as yet awesome. I could in any case hear which heading clamors were coming from and could, for the most part, tell on the off chance that they were far away from or near my character. Truly, as large of an arrangement that Sony described 3D Audio, I was unable to tell a colossal distinction in Spider-Man: Miles Morales between utilizing the Pulse 3D headset and the BlackShark V2 Pro. Possibly that is simply me, however something I thought significant. 

Over on PC, you can utilize the Razer Synapse application for simple customization to get the most ideal sound designs. Once more, this shockingly isn't accessible on consoles, yet that it's accessible at all is an or more in my book. 

With respect to its receiver, I love the delightful way it tends to be segregated and reattached at whatever point you'd like. I'm somebody who wears a headset without visiting with anybody as often as possible, and in the event that I do on my PC, I utilize a different amplifier. The sound quality is acceptable as well, however, I wouldn't state it's astonishing. My underlying tests on Audacity would sound somewhat metallic for an initial couple of moments when I recorded with its default settings, however, it leveled out and turned out to be clear going ahead. Tweaking the settings of a piece should fix this, and it wasn't something I experienced without fail. 

It's the ideal headset for gaming on PS5 and effectively extraordinary compared to other remote PS5 headsets available at this moment. 

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro What I don't care for 

As a PC headset, the BlackShark V2 Pro is astounding. As a reassuring headset, it's somewhat less astounding yet incredible and verging on stunning. Is that a mouth full? Sure. However, it's actual. The BlackShark V2 Pro highlights THX Spatial Audio to convey 7.1 encompass sound. Lamentably, this just truly chips away at PC. 

Something I never would have considered having the option to test this headset out myself is the way the plan of the earcups would influence how they looked about my neck. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro ear cups are connected to moving bars that slide here and there for a change. These bars, when you place the headset around your neck, are awkward. It's a minor grumbling considering this clearly isn't the manner in which you're intended to wear the headset, but at the same time, it's something that I know many individuals do. On the off chance that I need to take a snappy break or tune in to a message on my telephone, I'll slide my headset back and around my neck. 

The competition

The Logitech G733 comes in at just $120 and highlights adaptable padding earcups for dependable solace. To supplement this, it can keep going around 29 hours on a solitary charge. With a suspension-styled headband similar to the one the famous Artcis 7P utilizations, it guarantees you'll never feel an excessive amount of tension on the highest point of your head. The Logitech G733 is essential for the organization's shading assortment and can be purchased in dark, white, blue, or lilac. 

Discussing the SteelSeries Arctis 7P, it's another headset you ought to consider in case you're gaming on PS5. The Arctis line of headsets flaunts industry-driving solace, and the Arctis 7P is the same. It likewise includes texture earcups and as an extra advantage, they can turn so the headset lies level on whatever surface you lay it on. It just has 24 hours of battery life, however, that is as yet quite a while before you'll have to connect it for a charge. 

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Should you buy it?

    You should buy this if ...

    Your essential concern is a comfort after extended periods of utilization 

    You need a headset that gives incredible sound 

    You like to utilize applications for extra customization 

      You should not buy this if ...

      You're not hoping to spend over $150 

      You need full THX Spatial Audio similarity on consoles 

      I've had the advantage of testing out a few headsets while composing for Android Central, and the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is effectively truly outstanding. Straight out of the container, it's obvious that this is a quality-constructed headset. Everything from its plan to the material it's made out of shouts premium. What's more, they should when it'll interfere with your $180. It's a costly sticker price, however one that is justified here. 

      It will be difficult to supplant the BlackShark V2 Pro as my everyday headset going ahead. I wouldn't consider myself a sound pretender so not capitalizing on THX Spatial Audio on consoles isn't a major issue for me. It actually sounds damn great on PS5 in any case. And keeping in mind that I've listened to better there, the separable receiver is genuinely acceptable as well.

      Razer BlackShark V2 Pro


      The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is one of the best headsets I've ever had the pleasure to review. Its console compatibility is a little lacking, but it makes up for it with sublime comfort and exceptional audio. Combined with an easy-to-use app for customization, it's one of the top headsets on the market today.